Frequently I seem to have dreams where I'm daydreaming a situation. This morning I had quite a few dreams that may have been considered lucid, but I think it was more just that my "dream self" was having daydreams as I knew they weren't real.
Like, I'd have a dream involving a guy I kind of like, then I'd wake up, and then I'd fall back asleep and have a dream that I was having a pool party with a few people and he was there. In the dream he texted me flirtatiously and I think *within the same dream* I daydreamed that I was cuddling him in the pool, and it was a visual daydream. It was not at all vivid emotionally or in senses other than sight/imagining though, so I don't think it was a lucid dream.
I have similar dreams frequently where I imagine things happening WHILE I'm dreaming, it feels more like daydreaming within a dream (akin to daydreaming while awake) than an actual lucid dream, which I've experienced maybe once and has a much more vivid realistic feel. I think usually the "dream reality" is different from the reality I daydream within the dream, if that makes any sense at all!
Im wondering what everyone thinks of this? Has anyone else had similar experiences? Is this a type of lucid dream, like a low-level one?
Edit: These dreams don't involve any reality checks or dreamsigns, I've yet to actually do a reality check in a dream. Nor do they involve any of the major lucid dream methods (WILD, MILD, FILD etc.)
A lucid dream is simply a dream in which during it, you KNOW (the you you are right now when awake, your normal self) knows you are dreaming.
So I guess one could say that lucid dreaming is when a person has a connection to what they term as "me" and that one is there either as an observer as the dream plays out or within the dream, actively participating in it.
Some beginners do have very vivid lucid dreams, there is no standard way for a beginners LDs. I had longer better LDs when I was a beginner then I do now.
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